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    Sanity check please - Motogadget m-unit v2.0

    Hey all,

    I'm in the process of pulling my finger out on my KZ750 build. I started re-wiring the bike over the weekend using the Motogadget m-unit v2 that I've had sitting around on standby for some time.
    This is my first time wiring one of these, so it's a process of getting my head around things.

    For the uninitiated, it's a solid-state relay and fuse system that's designed to modernise and simplify things when it comes to re-wiring a bike.

    Here's the wiring diagram for the bike. Here's the manual for the m-unit.

    As I understand it, I'm to wire in the trigger buttons to the left side of the below diagram, and the outputs to the right side. The low-beam runs constant (as I understand from the manual) and doesn't need to be wired in on the "in" side.
    Here's the diagram I've put together...



    Could someone with the brains for this please sanity check my diagram and let me know if/where I've fucked it up?

    Cheers.

    #2
    Great product. I've been running it on my BMW cafe racer for about 4-5 years.

    Yes inputs from switches plug into the M-unit, then the output goes to the light, indicator etc. Super easy once you start working on it.
    "If you can make black marks on a straight from the time you turn out of a corner until the braking point of the next turn, then you have enough horsepower." - Mark Donahue Penske Porsche 917

    "In Japan we no give fark for Subaru" - Trust Japan Technical Director
    (TM - AVENGE)

    "You can never have enough power. I remember when we had Group B cars... THEN we had enough power!"
    Juha Kankkunen - Rally of Argentina '02

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      #3
      Originally posted by itsnotagsr View Post
      Great product. I've been running it on my BMW cafe racer for about 4-5 years.

      Yes inputs from switches plug into the M-unit, then the output goes to the light, indicator etc. Super easy once you start working on it.
      Perfect, so there's nothing glaringly obvious that I may have buggered up that you can see?

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        #4
        Originally posted by Cock Fist View Post
        Perfect, so there's nothing glaringly obvious that I may have buggered up that you can see?
        Don't think so. It was intimidating at first, but the product's very simple!

        I replaced a rats nest of 40yo wiring in the headlight with the M-unit and switches.
        "If you can make black marks on a straight from the time you turn out of a corner until the braking point of the next turn, then you have enough horsepower." - Mark Donahue Penske Porsche 917

        "In Japan we no give fark for Subaru" - Trust Japan Technical Director
        (TM - AVENGE)

        "You can never have enough power. I remember when we had Group B cars... THEN we had enough power!"
        Juha Kankkunen - Rally of Argentina '02

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          #5
          Originally posted by itsnotagsr View Post
          Don't think so. It was intimidating at first, but the product's very simple!

          I replaced a rats nest of 40yo wiring in the headlight with the M-unit and switches.
          That's the aim here, too. 39 year old bike this year, and it's spent a lot of its life parked up, so the wiring was pretty shithouse before I touched it.

          I think I have a good idea now, so we'll see how this goes. Thanks!

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            #6
            That is quite a neat unit. If only someone made something similar for cars... especially the MButton thing.
            Chris
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              #7
              Originally posted by takai View Post
              That is quite a neat unit. If only someone made something similar for cars... especially the MButton thing.
              Yeah, really fucking cool shit. I'm surprised that someone hasn't done something similar for older, non-EFI cars

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                #8
                Theres no reason you couldn't use it for an older car, even with EFI. Its a replacement fuse box, not an ECU.

                Anything Lucas would be a prime candidate!!! :D
                "If you can make black marks on a straight from the time you turn out of a corner until the braking point of the next turn, then you have enough horsepower." - Mark Donahue Penske Porsche 917

                "In Japan we no give fark for Subaru" - Trust Japan Technical Director
                (TM - AVENGE)

                "You can never have enough power. I remember when we had Group B cars... THEN we had enough power!"
                Juha Kankkunen - Rally of Argentina '02

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by itsnotagsr View Post
                  Theres no reason you couldn't use it for an older car, even with EFI. Its a replacement fuse box, not an ECU.

                  Anything Lucas would be a prime candidate!!! :D
                  Except you would either need a few more circuits or have some running on another device.
                  Wipers, HVAC, demister etc would all need circuits.
                  Chris
                  ------
                  The new nugget
                  I never saw a wild thing sorry for itself. A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough without ever having felt sorry for itself. - D.H.Lawrence

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by takai View Post
                    Except you would either need a few more circuits or have some running on another device.
                    Wipers, HVAC, demister etc would all need circuits.
                    yeah, this

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